Reflexis Systems, the leading provider of retail workforce management and real-time store execution solutions, has received a minority investment from Great Hill Partners.
- Reflexis’ will use the financing to further strengthen its technology offerings and invest in additional sales and marketing resources to solidify Reflexis’ position as a market leader.
- As the pioneer of real-time retail store execution solutions, Reflexis provides the industry’s most comprehensive suite of workforce and store operations capabilities
- Founded in 2001, Reflexis has experienced considerable growth in recent years in subscription commitments with the success of its StorePulse product
- Today, Reflexis counts The Home Depot, Staples, Dick’s Sporting Goods, CVS, McDonald’s, Fresenius Medical and more than 230 other global retail, hospitality, and quick service restaurant franchises as customers
Headquartered in Dedham, Massachusetts, Reflexis is the pioneer in real-time store execution and workforce management solutions that enable retailers to execute their customer engagement strategy flawlessly and uncover profit. The Reflexis platform of real-time store execution, task management, compliance, time and attendance, and labor scheduling (including budgeting, forecasting, and employee self-service) enables retailers to align store labor and activities to corporate goals and institutionalize best-practice response to real-time metrics and alerts.
About Great Hill Partners
Great Hill Partners is a private equity firm that has raised over $5 billion in commitments since inception to finance the expansion, recapitalization, or acquisition of companies in a wide range of sectors in business-to-business and business-to-consumer industries including software, financial and healthcare technology, digital media, eCommerce, and infrastructure. Great Hill targets investments of $25 million to $200 million.
- 2 Transactions
- 5 Years of Partnership
SectorsCorporate & Business Solutions
PracticesSponsor CoverageSupply Chain Technology
MPG Transaction LeaderMichael Magruder